b. the implementation of a tax agreement between Tsawwassen First Nation and Canada or British Columbia. 48. In the case of crabs, when an arbitrator determines the basic right to harvest crabs under clause 40, the contracting parties will use this right to the basic harvest as a shrimp harvest level until the parties reach an agreement on the allocation of seawater in accordance with Clause 46 or until a tsawwassen allocation is set in accordance with Clause 49. 104. The transfer of the former Tsawwassen Reserve to Tsawwassen First Nation, under the agreement alone, does not lead to British Columbia`s liability for the contamination of these lands. b. Tsawwassen First Nation to enter into agreements that comply with federal and provincial law, in agreement with other Aboriginal groups, with respect to fish and aquatic plant harvest names; 46. If an arbitrator determines the fundamental right to harvest for a species, the Minister and Tsawwassen First Nation attempt to reach an agreement as soon as possible on the allocation of Tsawwassen for that species. 26. Any approved collection plan including the Provincial Crown within the Burns Bog Bog Area is in accordance with the Burns Bog Management Agreement between Canada, British Columbia, the Greater Vancouver Regional District and the Delta Corporation of March 23, 2004. a.
for safety, Tsawwassen Land contains improvements on these lands; and 37. If all representatives of the Joint Fisheries Committee agree, the Joint Fisheries Committee may recommend that the parties conduct studies on the information covered in item 36 to help representatives reach agreement on a recommendation. 37. There is no requirement for Canada or British Columbia to assume financial or other obligations related to a supplement to Tsawwassen Lands, including the payment of costs incurred because the added countries are not adjacent to Tsawwassen Lands. The aspect of treaty self-management is TFN`s ability to pass its own laws, which govern many areas of jurisdiction. These include laws relating to governance, natural resources, land management and social programming, including health care, post-secondary education, social assistance, child and family services, etc. We have assumed this jurisdiction and have put it into practice by enacting 29 laws, 23 of which are by the April 3, 2009 deadline. 11. British Columbia may authorize the use or elimination of provincial territory and any authorized use or injunction: “former Tsawwassen Reserve” means that a portion of the areas referred to in Schedule C – 4 includes immediately prior to the entry into force of the Tsawwassen Indian Reservation and the mines and minerals listed in Schedule C – 5; 28.